Faster than the Speed of Light?

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An international group of scientists made a surprising finding in September 2011 that particles can travel faster than the speed of light.

This contradicts the concept- nothing can travel beyond the speed of light, which we believed more than a century. So, what will happen to Einstein’s famous theory of relativity? Will it be still valid?.

By this discovery, would it be possible for us to travel to past or even to another universe one day? Professor Marcus du Sautoy explores one of the most brilliant announcements through this film.

He tells us, the story of the science we thought we are aware, how it is being challenged and what is the importance of this discovery.

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